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Behind the scenes archaeology tours

17 January 2014 by Liz

Volunteer with pot he excavated in Rainford

We’ve been digging in Rainford in 2013 as part of the Rainford’s Roots Project.  We’ve found thousands of fascinating finds which reveal information about the historic cottage industry of ‘potting’ in the village.  Volunteers on the project have helped wash and catalogue many of these finds, and in due course they will become part of the collection of the Museum of Liverpool Read more…

Calderstones and HER Research

6 December 2013 by Sam

ancient carvings on a large stone

Calderstones. Photograph by George Nash and Adam Stanford © Aerial-Cam

Over the last two months, three students from the University of Liverpool have been working with the Archaeology department on placements. They have worked on a range of tasks around archaeological collections, research, education and exhibitions. One student, Alys Randall-Smith, has blogged about the work she has undertaken using the Merseyside Historic Environment Record for her research. Read more…